ND Administrative Code Title 67

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Deadlines Defined ND Administrative Code Title 67

Due Date Report Name
 March
   No Deadlines After After March 15 Listed in NDAC 
April
April 1

Recommendations from parent organizations in support of individuals seeking appointment to school boards of school districts on military installations due (67-04-01-01)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Parent organizations may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • An applicant may miss out on the opportunity to serve on the school board of a district within a military installation 

Impact: Military school boards could be short one or more school board members

State Superintendent shall review School Construction Loan applications filed during the 12-month period preceding April 1

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get the applications in if they had planned to submit from March 16-April 1 due to dealing with challenges of the COVID-19 situation 
  • Consequences
    • A school may miss out on the opportunity to have a construction loan approved

Impact: Students may miss out on having an updated school facility 

April 10 Reimbursement report for School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program due (67-21-01-07, 67-21-02-07, 67-01-03-07, 67-21-04-07, 67-21-05-07, and 67-21-10-10)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be able to be reimbursed for its school foods expenses. 
Impact:  Students may not have access to school food programs 
April 15

State Superintendent Decision on approval of 4-day school weeks must be made (67-15-02-04)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • DPI office has had to put regular work on hold due to challenges of the COVID-19 situation 
  • Consequences
    • School would be notified later than April 15 of the 4-day school week 

Impact:  Communities wanting a 4-day school week would not be able to do so. 

Deadline for school boards to notify superintendent of contemplated nonrenewal (NDCC 15.1-14-11)
April 21 Deadline for districts to hold Superintendent nonrenewal hearing (NDCC 15.1-14-09)
Prior to May

State Board of Public Education shall meet to consider approval of applicants for school board positions for districts within a military installation. Within 15 days of the meeting but prior to May 1) the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall announce the board members and the length of their term of office. (67-04-01-01)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • The State Board of Education may not be able to meet in time due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. The application process also may get behind schedule if applicants or references aren’t able to get paperwork in on time due to other priorities related to COVID-19. 
  • Consequences
    • An applicant may miss out on the opportunity to serve on the school board of a district within a military installation 

Impact:  Military school boards could be short one or more school board members

May 
May 10 Reimbursement report for School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program due ( 67-21-01-07, 67-21-02-07, 67-01-03-07, 67-21-04-07, 67-21-05-07, and 67-21-10-10)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be able to be reimbursed for its school foods expenses. 
Impact:  Students may not have access to school food programs
15 days prior to start of summer school program Application for elementary and high school summer school program due (67-20-01-01 and 67-24-01-01)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be reimbursed for summer school expenses 
Impact:  Students may miss out on summer school opportunities 
Prior to the start of summer school program Application cooperative agreements between school districts for elementary and high school summer school program due (67-20-01-07 and 67-24-01-07)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Districts may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be able to offer summer school options that it may not otherwise be able to offer on its own 

Impact:  Students in smaller schools may miss out on summer school opportunities

June
End of Year

English Learners program report due (67-28-01-08)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be meeting requirements of EL program 

Impact:  Students that need it may not have access to EL programs

June 10 Reimbursement report for School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program due ( 67-21-01-07, 67-21-02-07, 67-01-03-07, 67-21-04-07, 67-21-05-07, and 67-21-10-10)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be able to be reimbursed for its school foods expenses. 

Impact:  Students may not have access to school food programs

July
July 1

School District Cooperative Agreements take effect, must be approved by the Superintendent of Public Instruction prior to that (no application deadline listed) (67-13-01-02)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Districts may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • Districts may not be able to participate in cooperative agreements  

Impact:   Districts may not be able to participate in cooperative agreements  
Deadline for applications to extend plan for 4-day school week (67-15-02-07) 

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may miss this deadline due to addressing other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation  
  • Consequences
    • Schools would not be able to continue to have a 4-day school week 

Impact:  Communities wanting a 4-day school week would not be able to continue to do so.
Application for waiver of accreditation standards or unit time due (67-19-02-07)

  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may miss this deadline due to addressing other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation  
  • Consequences
    • School would not be able to continue their waivers 

Impact:  Students would not be able to continue the benefits the innovation they have experienced under the waiver in their school. 

July 10 Reimbursement report for School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program due (67-21-01-07, 67-21-02-07, 67-01-03-07, 67-21-04-07, 67-21-05-07, and 67-21-10-10)
  • Why deadline can’t be met
    • Schools may not get this done due to other priorities due to the COVID-19 situation. 
  • Consequences
    • A school would not be able to be reimbursed for its school foods expenses. 
Impact:  Students may not have access to school food programs